Now what was your question about putting in the dynamic content gallery?
So the question was how do I put the code in to put it in where and then when I'd asked you in the forum the other day, you had asked about doing a mock up. I found myself quatwith how to even determine what size things should be in the banner or in the header. So essentially, I just want my title and tagline in the left side and this on the right side. But I don't even know how to determine what height and width to use for that.
Well, I guess what I would do would be to start off with how big the stuff that these banners are then. What's contained inside these banners?
Well, they're just pictures. They're pictures that I'vedownloaded Dreamstimeand another free picture websites, image websites. And I'm just going to move captions from them that are going to be advertising my you know, what I'm offering...the services that I'm offering. And so there'll just be a couple of lines in the bottom of them. But it's not primarily the picture that I want to be shown. I don't want them to be all that you can see. I want it to be a complement.
Well so, I mean I guess I would...I guess the place to start... I still think that's the place to start then. I mean, you can see an example here of where I have Google ad banner in the header, right? So the Google ad banner is a specific height and width and so I had to construct the header so that it accepted... you know, it could do what I want it to do on the left hand side and still do what I want it to do on the right.
And so figuring that out was really dependent upon figuring out the right hand side. So the trick here will be... I think, for you to... I'm going to go over to your site right now.
It's c o h n.
There you go. Okay so right now, you've got this header right here.
Okay so then we've got to go to the blog, yeah.
Oh okay so we go to the blog and that's /blog.
Yeah, /blog. This is Dreamweaver.
Okay. We've got this banner... I mean essentially, you've got this space right here and how much room do you want this image to take up?
Well, I'd like it maybe above the side columns would be sufficient maybe across the 2 of them and then I would want to have the 2nd part of my name on the 2nd line or my title on the 2nd line. Can you just do that? Would it just move down or move over if I was to insert the gallery on that right side?
Ultimately, it would, yes but you need to make sure that the css lets it. I think... I might be the case that there's a css designation for that. This is overflow hidden and if there is then you need to make a little flow visible so that it would wrap. But if we, for example, just measure this you know, if we... so right now, if you...
To try it out...
Yeah, well I just wanted to try... out of this, in my mind part of its measuring, right? So you've got about 410 pixels or so... 408 pixels and 103 pixels tall, right? So if you wanted your image to fill that entire space and then inside this image was this you know, text then it could be that this gets taller. Or it could be that if Sex Therapy Wisconsin came there and then Sex Edition Therapy came below that... you know, in fact you end up with more height and so...you know, maybe it's 150 pixels tall by 480 pixels wide or something like that. So once you had... and so that's what you really need to... you need to start off with a decision about the size of this element.
Can I see that in Firebug? If I was to go in Firefox, is that how you're doing that?
I'm actually using a tool called MeasureIt which is an add-on to Firefox.
So if you search for let's see...Firefox add-on and MeasureIt... yeah MeasureIt right there, you know, you just download it and...Firebug and then once you've done that, you can see down here, this little button that looks like a little ruler. If you click on that, it brings up this measuring thing that you can use to measure elements on your site. And this little square...